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2013 Wisconsin Public Psychiatry Network Teleconference Schedule

We encourage your participation in our mental health teleconferences. The presentations occur every other Thursday from 11:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m. CST.

REGISTRATION: Register before participation at the Teleconference Registration site (exit DHS). For registration questions, contact Sola Millard at sola.millard@wisconsin.gov or (608) 261-6743.

PARTICIPATION: On the day of the presentation, call toll free: 1-877-820-7831 before 11:00 a.m. CST and enter the PARTICIPANT PASSCODE: 107633# when prompted. Subscribe to the Listserve to receive teleconference information.

EVALUATION: After the teleconference, please fill out the Teleconference Evaluation (exit DHS). You must complete the teleconference evaluation within TWO weeks of the presentation in order to earn continuing education hours (CEHs).  We do not provide CEHs for listening to a past audio recording. Learn more about the Mental Health Teleconference series.

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2014 Mental Health Teleconference Schedule

Upcoming 2013 Mental Health Teleconferences
   Date    Topic Presenter
Jan 10 What's New in Motivational Interviewing: MI-Third Edition
Handout 1 | Handout 2 | Audio Recording
Scott Caldwell, MA, CSAC
Jan 24 Motivational Interviewing, Part II
Handout 1 | Handout 2 | Handout 3 | Handout 4 | Audio Recording
Scott Caldwell, MA, CSAC
Feb 7 Part I: Secondary Traumatic Stress -- Part I: Is an occupational hazard inherent in the difficult work of human services professionals. Part 1 will provide information on the nature and impact of STS, differentiate between STS and burn-out, and discuss why human service professionals are vulnerable.
Handout 1 | Handout 2 | Handout 3 | Handout 4 | Audio Recording
Sharon Locklin, BS and Tammy, MSSW Snortum
Feb 21 Part II: Secondary Traumatic Stress -- Will focus on the Professional Quality of Life Scale, the personal and professional impact of STS, as well as introducing individual coping skills and social support strategies to mitigate the impact of STS on work performance and individual well-being.

Handout 1 | Handout 2 | Handout 3 | Handout 4 | Handout 5 | Handout 6 | Handout 7 | Handout 8 | Audio Recording

Sharon Locklin, BS and Tammy Snortum, MSSW
Mar 7 Psychological First Aid -- This presentation will describe evidence-based modalities including Psychological First Aid (PFA) and Skills for Psychological Recovery (SPR) for responding to acute traumatic stress incidents.

Handout 1 | Handout 2 | Handout 3 | Handout 4 | Audio Recording

Christine Dunning, PhD
Mar 21 Emergency Detention: Values and Limits

 Handout 1 | Handout 2 | Audio Recording

Ron Diamond, MD
Apr 4 Asperger's Disorder -- This presentation will focus on transition age youth and adults on the autism spectrum. The presentation will highlight the use of video modeling as a tool for teaching skills.

Handout 1 | Handout 2

Bonnie Lubet, MS
Apr 18 Mental Health Needs of the Deaf/Hard of Hearing -- During the overview, we will cover discussion of the language, working with interpreters, nuances that affect their presentation, and how to handle their situation when they've presented for treatment.

Handout 1 | Handout 2

Melissa Goelitz, MD
May 2 Brief Overview of the DSM-5

Handout 1 | Handout 2 | Audio Recording

David Mays, MD
May 16 Perfect Depression Care -- Dr. Coffey will describe the essential elements of his award-winning 'Perfect Depression Care Program' at Henry Ford Health System, a quality improvement initiative which has been associated with a dramatic and unprecedented reduction in the rate of suicide among an HMO patient population.

Handout 1 | Handout 2

C. Edward Coffey, MD
May 30 Chapter 51: Civil Commitment Process -- The presenters will provide an overview of Chapter 51 of Wisconsin State Statutes, which covers the civil commitment process. Information to be discussed includes mental illness as defined in Chapter 51, standards of dangerousness, the legal process and potential outcomes.

Handout 1 | Handout 2 | Audio Recording

Galen Strebe, Asst. Corporation Council
and Sarah Henrickson, LCSW
June 13 Multi-Dimensional Family Therapy -- This presentation will provide a brief description of MDFT, a family-based treatment system for adolescent substance use, delinquency, and related behavioral and emotional problems.

Handout 1  | Handout 2

Cynthia Green, MSW, CSAC
June 27 Qigong and Mental Health: Practical Applications You Can Begin Using Today -- In this presentation you will be given a thumbnail sketch of Traditional Chinese Medicine, how it views disease/health, and discuss the concept and role of Qi, or Energy, in managing mental health. You will also be asked to kick off your shoes, put a smile on your face and begin a personal practice of Qigong, or Energy Exercise, for your health and for those you serve.

Handout 1  | Handout 2

David Nelson, PhD
July 11 An Update on Bipolar Disorder Treatments -- This presentation will focus on evidence-based treatments for bipolar disorder, including some oldies-but-goodies as well as some of the latest and greatest.

Handout 1  | Handout 2 | Audio Recording

Claudia Reardon, MD
July 25 Introduction to Dialectical Behavior Therapy -- This presentation will discuss the philosophy of DBT, and review the four core skill sets of Mindfulness, Distress Tolerance, Emotional Regulation, and Interpersonal Effectiveness. We will also look at how DBT can be used in both group and individual therapy to address issues regarding mental health and AODA symptoms.

Handout 1  | Handout 2 | Audio Recording

Tim Bautch, LPC, CSAC, IPC
Aug 8 The Long Road Home: Helping our Newest War Veterans Readjust and Reengage -- This presentation provides an overview of the most common clinical issues affecting today’s combat veterans and offers ideas about how to facilitate growth and change in their lives.

Handout 1  | Handout 2

Catherine Coppolillo, PhD
Aug 22 Cognitive Behavioral Assessment and Treatment of Social Anxiety Disorder -- This lecture will discuss the assessment and cognitive-behavioral treatment of social anxiety disorder. Specific areas of focus will be signs and symptoms of social anxiety disorder and how to distinguish from normal shyness, as well as associated features and assessment screening tools for social anxiety disorder.

Handout 1  | Handout 2

Brad Riemann, PhD
Sept 5 Helping People Living with a Mental Illness Find Jobs: Use of the Individual Placement and Support Model (an Evidence-Based Practice) -- This presentation will discuss the use of the Individual Placement and Support (IPS) Model in Wisconsin. IPS is an evidence-based practice that assists people with severe mental illness obtain jobs with competitive wages based on their field of interest.

Handout 1 | Handout 2

Bob Meyer, MS and Sally Scheidegger, BA
Sept 19 Working with Severe Trauma in Adults -- The teleconference will provide strategies, interventions, and information to consider when working with adults who are survivors of severe trauma.

Handout 1 | Handout 2

Sue Moran, LPC, CSAC
Oct 3 Part II-Dialectical Behavior Therapy: Skills Training -- This presentation will focus on the core skills of DBT

Handout 1 | Handout 2

Tim Bautch, LPC, CSAC
Oct 17 Part II-Chapter 51: Civil Commitment Process

Handout 1 | Handout 2

Galen Strebe, Asst. Corporation Council
and Sarah Henrickson, LCSW
Oct 31 Partnering with Primary Care Clinicians in Your Community to Promote Children’s Mental Health -- Attendees will learn about statewide outreach to pediatric primary care clinicians on mental health screening based on the American Academy of Pediatrics’ Addressing Mental Health Concerns in Primary Care, A Clinician’s Toolkit.  Attendees are invited to share information on the outreach opportunity with clinicians in their own communities, as well as participate as co-presenters at such trainings.

Handout 1 | Handout 2

Arianna Keil, MD
Nov 14 Cognitive Behavioral Therapy for Psychosis

Handout 1 | Handout 2

Ron Diamond, MD
Nov 28 Holiday 
Dec 12 Update on Psychotropic Medications

Handout 1 | Handout 2

Art Walaszek, MD

Contact: Sola Millard at sola.millard@wisconsin.gov or (608) 261-6743.

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Last Revised: April 01, 2014